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Page-6-Banner Times Tuesday, May 28, 1985 Winners Drawn . , AA Lunch Menus Lura Sharp Student Award Winners Scott Brosch [right] draws the winning name in the Wrestlers' Club's drawing, held May 11. Coach Joe Nellis holds the bucket of names. Volunteers Thanked Sheila Clark and Eileen Soika, teachers in charge of the Statue of Liberty Fund Drive at the Lura Sharp Elementary School, would like to extend a special thanks to the people who helped wrap pennies. They are: Linda Raiti, Patti Meador, Claire Rogers, Sharon Southwell, Margaret Brodeur, Margaret Weigel, Jill Griffith, and Jan Wilson. The sixth-grade students who helped wrap pennies were: Kelly San- derson, Melissa Garno, Clayton Waite, and David Timmerman. Thanks also to Linda Jones, who was responsible for recruiting people to help. The penny drive, along with the slave market, raised a total of $287.60 for the Statue of Liberty Restoration Fund. Mitchell Named Winner Denise Mitchell The United States Achievement Academy announced recently that Denise Mitchell has been named a 1985 United States National Award winner in Physical Education. This award is a prestigious honor. In fact, the Academy recognizes less than ten percent of all American high school students. Denise, who attends Pulaski Jr.- Sr. High School, was nominated for this National Award by Pauline Rossman, a physical education teacher at the school. Denise's biography and picture will appear in the United States Achievement Academy Official Yearbook, published nationally. Denise V the #WjgtyeX bf 'Mike andJoMitcheU.PuWskiv •'•^ SANDY CREEK CENTRAL Tues., May 28 Apple Juice, Chicken Pattie or Tuna, Buttered Corn, Assorted Pudding Wed., May29 Homemade Pepperoni Pizza, Buttered Mixed Veg., Peanut Raisin Cup, Chilled Pears Thurs.,May30 Pink Fruit Juice, Hamburger or Cheese Burger on a Bun, Baked Beans, Pickles-Catsup, Blueberry Tarte w-Topping Fri.,May31 , Fish or Sloppy Joe on a Bun, French Fries, Mandarin Oranges or Pears, Choc. Chip Cookie Mon.,June3 Chicken Nuggets, Buttered Mixed Veg., Cheese Cube, Soft Pretzel, Chilled Peaches. PULASKI CENTRAL SCHOOL Tues., May 28 Hot Dog or Chili Dog on a Roll, Mustard-Relish or Catsup, Tiny Taters, Diced Pears Wed., May 29 Baked Lasagna with Meat Sauce and Grated Cheese, Buttered Wax Beans, Roll and Butter, Peaches Thurs.,May30 Juice, Roast Beef and Gravy on Rice or Mashed Potato, Buttered Corn, Roll & Butter, Choice of Ice Cream Fri., May 31 Deluxe Pizza with or without pepperoni, Buttered Green Beans, Raisin Cup, Strawberry Applesauce APW CENTRAL SCHOOL Tues., May 28 NO SCHOOL Wed., May 29 Sandwich Steak with or without Cheese on a Bun, Mashed Potatoes with Butter, Corn, Fruit Mix Thurs., May 30 \Super Juicee\ Pizza Square with Mozz. Cheese with or without Pepperoni, Green Beans, Applesauce. Fri., May 31 Vegetable Soup with saltines, Grilled Cheese or Grilled Ham and Cheese Sandwich, Pickle Chips, Potato Chips, Fruit Choice. ADD TO ABOVE Elementary APW CENTRAL SCHOOL Secondary Tues., May 28 NO SCHOOL Wed., May 29 Sanc.wich Steak with or without Cheese on a Bun, Mashed Potatoes with Butter, Corn, Fruit Mix Thursday, May 30 Super Juicee, Pizza Square with Mozz. Cheese with or without Pepperoni, Green Beans, Applesauce Fri., May 31 Choice of Soup with Saltines, Grilled Cheese or Grilled Ham and Cheese Sandwich, Pickle Chips, Potato Chips, Fruit Choice. Appreciation At Lura Sharp The fourth grade of the Pulaski Elementary School is having an appreciation round-up for their parents and the Pulaski Historical Society on June 9 from 2 to 3:30 p.m. ih the Lhrd Sharp Elementary SchooL •* -<'•>*-• .•\*•' i'•'•••• • Students in the Intermediate class who won awards were [left to right]: Amy Krazn, good citizen; Margo Boutell, most improved; Ann Mark Burda, good kid. In the back is teacher Nancy Lichtinstein. Primary class teacher Marcia Wheatley [right] is pictured with her award-winning students. They are: [from the left] Linda Kramz, good citizen; Lester Blodgett, good kid; and Leslie LaBeef, most improved. Dollars For Scholars Goal Met The Sandy Creek Dollars for Scholars Chapter went over the top in their efforts to obtain their goal of $3,000. Corporate sponsorship in the amount of $1700 has pushed the unit's assets to over $3400. Several businesses have con- tributed to the scholarship drive. Merchants Bank, Pulaski Big M, McKean Agency, Redfield Hotel, Broken Down Palace, Holstein Friesian World, Wigwam Hotel, Walker's Cleaners, Ribstone Silo, McDonald's, Summerville Funeral Orientation Held An orientation program for parents of grade six students moving to grade seven will be held May 30 in the cafeteria of the Pulaski Junior Senior High School at 7:30 p.m. The purpose of this meeting is to acquaint parents with the various subjects at the seventh grade level. Teachers representing each academic area will present an overview of their program. Parents will have the opportunity to learn how the Regents Action Plan affects their child. . . All .parents.'are, Urged to attend, i .this.kformative wrung. \o... Home, Edie's Bakery, and the Sandy Creek Big M were in- strumental in the successful campaign effort. In addition to the contribution from local businesses, Sandy Creek Dollars for Scholars received generous support from area clubs and service organizations. Included in this group of sup- porters are: Sandy Creek PAYE, Orwell Union Church, Outlook Club, St. Frances Altar and Rosary Society, Lacona Fire Department, Wigwam Hotel, Coterie Club, American Baptist Women and the A.A.H.A of Sandy Creek. Shooting Instructors Needed The 4-H Shooting Sports Program in Oswego County is looking for interested adults (male and female) who would like to volunteer to teach or help teach youth proper shooting techniques. Leaders must be at least 18 year of age. There is no experience necessary as training will be provided. The 4-H Shooting Sports Program is designed to introduce county youth to rifle, pistol, trap, skeet, and archery shooting. The program is not designed to certify the partcipants to hunt in New York State, but rather it is designed to sharpen their shooting skills for competition or recreation. An organization and information meeting will be held on June 5, 19^ .from 1 1-9 p.m, at the Cooperative. Extension office in. Mexico. For more information regarding the Shoooting Sports Program contact Ken Balling, Oswego County Coooperative Extension, Main Street, Mexico, N.Y. 13114, or phone; 963-7286. Banquet Planned Tuesday, June 4 is the date of the annual Pulaski High School Athletic Banquet. It will be held in the high school cafeteria at 6:30 p.m. Sonny Sperra, S.U. Basketball player will be guest speaker, and awards will be given out to our outstanding athletes. Each family has been notified as to the dish they are to bring. Please remember your place settings. Come and,.have an enjoyable 1

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